Thinking of travelling again? Now dig this:
Take a train.
In this article, art meets architecture and goes on a double-date with transport and industry.
It’s a match made in railway heaven.
Dabbling in the kitchen with some drinks and books, looking at a hundred years of Australian portraiture, and also, a stolen Picasso in the mix.
The book about a telepathic gorilla out to teach humans how to save the world was published thirty years ago—and it's still as relevant and immediate than ever.
Esao Andrews’s art and creative endeavours have expanded from dazzling canvases and sketchbooks to designing skateboards, album covers, and pictures for Vertigo Comics. While his medium varies, the commonality remains to be colour.
From the Summer issue:
We sit down with Henry Rollins for a quick chat on people, places, and things—and the importance of making stuff and moving forward.
From the Archives:
The Boy brings the torch closer to the Man’s face, and the Man twitches, knocking the back of his head into the tree. They’re just kids, the Man thinks. Just kids.
Success is procrastinating until your anxiety puts you into overdrive. But until then, there’s boredom to kill.
We delve deep into conversation about art, travel, and what it means to follow your passion in a world that refuses to go at your pace.
Hey. Never mind them other art and culture magazines. Dis is da stuff.
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